Join Date: May 2011
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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Adding my Turntable to my PC audio system
I'm looking for some advice/recommendations on a suitable setup for listening to my LP's on my existing turntable / phono preamp on my PC's studio monitors.
My current basement setup for vinyl listening is a Rega RPI -> Cambridge Azur 540p Phono Preamp -> Denon receiver -> Kef IQ9 floorstanders. Since my dog has issues going downstairs these days, I'd rather listen to my records upstairs in my den/studio but I don't have room to bring another set of speakers up here.
My current upstairs setup is PC -> Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 -> Mackie HR 824MarkII monitors.
Ideally, I'd like to hook the turntable into my PC via DAC or some other means (this is where my knowledge is too limited to visualize a working solution) so that I can change the audio source on my Mackie HR824 from PC to Turntable and vice versa. Unfortunately, my Focusrite interface does not include any line level input jacks.
How could I achieve something like this or something close to it?
THANK YOU for taking the time to read and reply. Really appreciate your advice on this as my records have been gathering dust!!!